ECHL Today – February 11

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Dayton Bombers (14-28-3) at Johnstown Chiefs (20-17-10) 7:00 p.m. ET
* Justin Kelly is averaging over two points per game in five games against Dayton (4g-7a).
* Dayton has won the last two meetings, both in a shootout (3-2 on Feb. 3 and 4-3 on Feb. 4).
* Chiefs’ power play is 31.8 percent (14-for-44) in eight games against the Bombers in 2005-06.
* Bombers have had seven different goaltenders appear in 22 road games in 2005-06.

Toledo Storm (22-13-5) at Reading Royals (27-11-5) 7:05 p.m. ET
* Storm is 3-1-1 against the Royals in 2005-06 with four of the five games decided by one goal.
* Royals have scored 12 of their 15 goals against Toledo in the first and second period.
* Drew MacIntyre is 5-1-1 with a 1.98 goals-against average and .935 save percentage on the road for Toledo.
* Royals had eight of their 12 players register at least a point in 5-4 overtime loss at Greenville on Friday.

Gwinnett Gladiators (32-9-5) at South Carolina Stingrays (18-16-10) 7:05 p.m. ET
* Matt York had four points, including his first pro hat trick, in Gwinnett’s 6-0 win at Columbia on Friday.
* Defenseman Craig Olynick has five points (2g-3a) and leads the Stingrays with a +6 in the last five games.
* Gwinnett has scored five or more goals seven times on its current nine-game winning streak.
* Stingrays’ have scored 37.8 percent (28 of 74) of their goals in 24 home games on the power play.

Wheeling Nailers (28-14-4) at Charlotte Checkers (24-20-4) 7:05 p.m. ET
* Nailers are 4-2-0 against South Division opponents and Charlotte is 3-3-0 against North Division opponents.
* Checkers have outscored their opponents 11-4 in the last two contests.
* Jordan Cameron has five points (2g-3a) in two games against the Checkers in 2005-06.
* Dusty Jamieson has 16 goals and 25 points in 20 home games in 2005-06 for the Checkers.

Columbia Inferno (17-27-5) at Greenville Grrrowl (26-16-2) 7:05 p.m. ET
* Jani Hurme is 2-0-0, stopping 76 of 80 shots for a .950 save percentage against the Grrrowl in 2005-06.
* Rory McMahon has six goals and seven points in six games against the Grrrowl.
* Inferno has won the last two games against the Grrrowl, outscoring them 7-4 in that span.
* Grrrowl ended their six-game winless streak, with a 5-4 overtime win against Reading on Friday.

Trenton Titans (22-19-2) at Augusta Lynx (19-24-3) 7:35 p.m. ET
* Titans have won two-straight games, outscoring their opponents 9-1 in that span.
* Lynx’ Sam Ftorek has points in each of his last five games (2g-5a).
* Titans’ Scott Stirling has not allowed a goal in 100:07 minutes stopping his last 55 shots faced.
* Mike Wall is 3-1-1 with a .906 save percentage in his last five starts for Augusta.

Florida Everblades (28-14-3) at Pensacola Ice Pilots (16-25-5) 7:05 p.m. CT
* Florida scored three unanswered goals in the second and third periods in 3-1 win at Pensacola on Friday.
* 2006 All-Star Luke Fulghum has 18 points (5g-13a) in 17 games at home for the Ice Pilots.
* Everblades have scored 64.7 percent of their goals in the last five games on special teams (8ppg-3shg).
* Pensacola has scored five of its nine goals (55.5 percent) in February on the power play.

Las Vegas Wranglers (34-8-4) at Utah Grizzlies (25-19-4) 7:05 p.m. MT
* Ryan Kinasewich has four goals and seven points in three games against the Wranglers in 2005-06.
* Dan Tudin has a hat trick and is averaging two points per game (3g-5a) in his last four games for Las Vegas.
* Grizzlies are 3-1-0, winning the last three games on their current seven-game home stand.
* Matt Dzieduszycki has 24 points (12g-12a) and leads the Wranglers with a +12 in 24 road games.

Bakersfield Condors (19-18-5) at Idaho Steelheads (26-15-6) 7:10 p.m. MT
* Steelheads rookie Dan Hacker had two goals and an assist in Idaho’s 5-4 win over the Condors on Friday.
* Condors’ Sean Venedam has five goals, including a hat trick and seven points in his last three games.
* Idaho scored three of its five goals on the power play in Friday’s win over Bakersfield.
* Bakersfield has scored 10 of its 12 goals against Idaho in the first (5) and second (5) period.

Long Beach Ice Dogs (26-16-5) at Victoria Salmon Kings (16-28-4) 7:00 p.m. PT
* Ice Dogs have won four straight, and have outscored the Salmon Kings 9-2 in the last two games.
* 2006 All-Star Adam Taylor is averaging a point per game at home with 22 points (7g-15a) for Victoria.
* Ice Dogs’ Sean McAslan has points in each of his last six games, scoring 13 points (7g-6a) in that span.
* Victoria defenseman Steve Lingren has over 50 percent of his points (11ppg-8ppa) on the power play.

Fresno Falcons (27-8-10) at Stockton Thunder (8-26-8) 7:30 p.m. PT
* Shawn Mather scored all three goals in Fresno’s 3-2 win against Stockton on Friday.
* Five of Stockton’s eight wins have come when they have scored the first goal.
* Fresno has scored 11 of its 14 goals in the last five games in the second (6) and third period (5).
* Jeff Weber is winless (0-4-2) against Fresno despite a .935 save percentage and goals-against of 2.30.

Phoenix RoadRunners (16-25-3) at Alaska Aces (37-7-3) 7:15 p.m. AT
* Aces had six different players scored at least two points in their 6-1 win over Phoenix on Friday.
* RoadRunners’ Justin Quenneville has scored three of his four goals on the road on the power play.
* Chris Beckford-Tseu stopped 20 of 21 shots on Friday in his first start for the Aces since Jan. 20.
* Phoenix is 5-2-0, having its five-game win streak snapped Friday, on their current nine-game road trip.

Longest Consecutive Point-Scoring Streak
38 – Trevor Jobe, Nashville, Dec. 19, 1992-Mar. 14, 1993 (112 points)
35 – Brian Martin, Hampton Roads, Oct. 30, 1990-Jan. 18, 1991 (points not available)
32 – Jamey Hicks, Birmingham, Dec. 30, 1997-Mar. 7, 1998 (65 points)
24 – Mike Kompon, Reading, Nov. 26, 2005-present (39 points)

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